Camp Updates

ARROW-HEART in Michigan

We are excited to announce ARROW-HEART ADVENTURE CAMPS is coming to MICHIGAN!

ARROW-HEART ADVENTURE CAMPS and the MICHIGAN DNR OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CENTER are joining forces to provide an after school TEEN MENTORSHIP program in September 2015.
“Detroit Outdoor Adventure Center”

ARROW-HEART ADVENTURE CAMPS is a non-profit organization committed to EMPOWERING YOUNG TEENS through indoor/outdoor adventures. We have been inspiring young teens at ARROW-HEART ADVENTURE CAMPS: IDAHO since 2007.  We are now expanding our reach to DETROIT.

Welcome an EXCITING NEW APPROACH to helping our MICHIGAN YOUTH that reaches beyond the neighborhood Rec Centers. ARROW-HEART uses proactive engaging activities where teens learn commitment, communication, compassion, credibility, critical thinking and character though adventure. We need community leaders like you to maximize the potential of our after school “ADVENTURES” Monday thru Thursday 3:30-6:00pm.

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December Ropes Course

Our campers tackled the ropes course this month with pride. Here are a few pics of their fearless day.

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December Schedule


Due to the absence of several of our team members on December 6th for a wrestling tournament, the camp has been moved to the 16th.   The only major change we had to make in order to secure this date was moving the start time to 9 am.


Camp Schedule:

7:15 am-7:30 am Meet @ Greenhouse and prepare lunches

7:30 am Depart for Bodies in Motion (Boise)

7:30 am -9:00 am Travel to Boise

9:00 am Arrive at destination and begin Ropes Course.

9:00 am -11:00 am Complete Ropes Course

11:00 am Depart for home

12:30 pm Arrive back at Greenhouse

12:30 pm – 1:00 pm Debriefing

1:00 pm Camp is concluded

November Schedule



(November 23rd)

TIME                                                EVENT                                                            INSTRUCTOR

09:00 – 10:30            Cross-Fit Training – WHS                        Levi/Todd/Jenn

10:30 – 12:00            Indianhead Bowhunters                        Coaching & Staff

Leadership Training – @ C’s

(Communication/Critical thinking)

12:00 – 12:45            Working Lunch (Grid Iron)                        Staff Organized

12:45 –  2:00            Travel to Boise                        All Personnel

(Parental Waivers Required)

2:00 –  4:00            Paintball Challenge                         Coaching & Staff

(Dress Warm)

4:00 –  5:30            Travel to Weiser                        All Personnel

5:30 –  6:30            Personal Time                        All Personnel

(Prep for Dinner)

6:30 –  7:00            Social Gathering                        All Personnel

(Community Church)

7:00 –  8:00            Dinner                        Staff Organized

Thanksgiving Dinner

8:00 –  8:30            AAR (After Action Review)                        Staff/Teens


Community Service Project & Rescue Training

Community Service Project

ARROW-HEART Teens work to paint a new sign for their local recycling center.

Rescue Challenge

ARROW-HEART Adventure Campers simulate an emergency outdoor rescue, directed at building Critical Thinking & Communications skills.

Teen’s Task ~ Rock Wall Climbing Certification

Belay Rock Climbing Certification

ARROW-HEART Teens are moving forward and moving up! Here, Campers are shown learning the belay skill used in climbing. Belaying uses mechanical devices to secure ropes, insuring safety to the climber. Our ARROW-HEART Teens are now Certified Rock Wall Climbers!

Arrow-Heart Adventure Camp Teens become Santa’s Helpers for Christmas!

The teens of Arrow-Heart Adventure camp were honored to join forces with other Weiser volunteers to help support the annual Weiser community “Ho Ho Express” program. The “Ho Ho Expres” transports between 100 and 150 under privileged children to Wal-Mart every year to purchase gifts for their family members. This year the Arrow-Heart Adventure Camp teens became Santa’s helpers, assisting the families with their holiday selections. Financial support for this program is funded from local donations every year with Hometown Motor’s as their major contributor.